Souptik Chakraborty Biography, Age, Height, Figure, Net Worth

Souptik Chakraborty is a popular Bengali serial actor, recognized for his roles in “Black Coffee” (2017), “Hemanta” (2016), and “The Nagorik” (2014). He is married to Ranita Das, and their relationship has spanned over a decade.

In addition to his acting career, Souptik has recently taken on a new role as a director. He made his directorial debut with the web series titled ‘Khela Shuru,’ available on the ‘Click’ OTT platform. What makes it even more interesting is that his wife, Ranita Das, played the leading role in this series.

The talented couple has also shared the screen in the serial ‘Mahaprabhu Shree Chaitanya,’ where they portrayed the characters of Shiva and Parvathi.

n This Article, we Souptik Chakraborty Age, Wiki, Height, Weight, Boyfriend, Family, Biography, Movies List, Husband, Father, Mother, Affairs, Education, Parents, and More.

Souptik Chakraborty Biography

Real NameSouptik Chakraborty
ProfessionActor and Director
Date of Birth16 February
Zodiac SignAquarius

Souptik Chakraborty Height, Weight, Figure

Height (approx)in centimeters – 175 cm
in meters – 1.75 m
in feet and inches- 5 ‘ 9″
Weight (approx)in kilograms – 68 kg
in pounds – 150 lbs
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack

Souptik Chakraborty Nationality, Birth Place

Birth PlaceHyderabad
HometownVithura, Kerala, India
SchoolHigh School
CollageLocal College

Souptik Chakraborty Career

Souptik made his entry into the Tollywood (Bengali) industry through the film “” in 2015, directed by Sapan Saha. His role as ‘Neel’ in the Bengali TV show ‘Jol Nupur,’ which aired on Star Jalsha in 2012, brought him closer to the audience. In 2016, he gained fame by portraying Dipto, the male lead in ‘Sohaagi Sindoor’ on Colors Bangla.

There was a period when Ranita Das and Souptik Chakraborty faced a ban in the industry around 2015. This occurred due to their abrupt departure from a serial, which went against their contract. Ranita later explained that her health was the reason for their departure. Consequently, they lost many projects, leading Souptik to self-produce his own projects.

Afterward, Souptik left Kolkata, pursued a management course in Delhi, and spent three years in Mumbai. However, he returned to his home state when the lockdown was announced. He initiated the web series “Khela Shuru” under his direction, featuring Ranita as the character Shrestha. The story revolves around Abhishek (Indrashis Roy) and Shrestha, encompassing both love and supernatural secrets in this 9-episode horror thriller.

There were rumors circulating about Souptik and Ranita’s breakup, with speculations of work-related stress affecting their relationship. However, these rumors were dispelled when they were seen together during the promotion of their web series. They also celebrated their 10th anniversary, putting an end to the gossip.

Notably, Souptik and his wife have joined the Thrunamool Congress (TMC) and openly supported the party, even participating in political rallies.

Souptik Chakraborty Family and Relatives

Marital Status Single
Husband  Paul Thorn
Marriage Date    Update Soon
Sexual Orientation Update Soon

Souptik Chakraborty Worth, Cars, Salary

Net Worth (approx.)$12 million
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